Kell Brook looks to pull off the win of his career by challenging pound-for-pound star Terence Crawford.
The American will put his WBO welterweight world title on the line at The Bubble in the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.
For Brook, now 34 years of age, the fight represents a last chance of sorts at the elite level.
Crawford dispatched Brook’s bitter rival Amir Khan in April last year and will require another emphatic victory to maintain momentum with the majority of the other contenders at 147 pounds fenced off due to the promotional divide in the United States.
Here’s everything you need to know about the big fight and Crawford’s fourth defence of his welterweight strap since dethroning Jeff Horn in 2018.
When and where is it?
The fight is on Saturday, 14 November, in The Bubble at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. You can expect the fight to start in the early hours of Sunday morning in the UK.
Ring walks will depend on the undercard results, but you can expect them to take place after 4am, with the fight starting as late as 5am.
What TV channel is the fight on and is there a live stream option?
Premier Sports 1 is available in HD via Sky (412 & 429), Virgin TV (551 & 552) and online via the Premier Player available on app and desktop.
New subscribers to Premier Sports can sign up via the website – www.premiersports.com – from £9.99 per month.
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“I’ve got to applaud Terence Crawford for taking this fight, because he is in there with a monster with self-belief. He is one hell of a fighter but a smaller man naturally to me. I’m a dangerous man, a big welterweight and a force to be reckoned with.
“Everybody has been writing me off. I’m going against everyone. This fight is for me. Nobody else bar me.
“He’s a guy I followed on Instagram because I like his style. I had never worked with him previously because Dominic is my trainer number one. I messaged him on Instagram and basically said ‘let’s work together’.
“The first day, I knew that we gelled unbelievably. He is basically obsessed. He is passionate. And that’s everything I need in this fight.”
Khan backing Brook to pull off upset
“I know he’s got his hands full against Terence Crawford. I wish Kell nothing but the best, I wish him the very best, to go out there and put a stop to his reign,” Khan told Seconds Out.
“And he can do that, Kell’s a good fighter and I’ve always respected him. Look, as a Brit, we have to support each other.
“Even though we’ve not looked eye to eye for many years, end of the day I am going to be rooting for him.”
Crawford by KO/TKO: 4/9
Crawford by points: 5/2
Brook by KO/TKO: 14/1
Brook by points: 14/1